Proud to be Towers Community Celebration Evening 2022

It was such a lovely evening on Thursday, 14th July. Students brought their parents and carers to school and showed off their best pieces of work. Many parents and carers were then taken on a tour of the school by their children. It was clear that so many of our students are so proud of their school and were showing their parents/carers their classrooms, where they sit in family lunch, what certain rooms were deisgnated for. There was also an awards ceremony too, with students receiving subject-specific awards after being nominated by staff. Below are a few soundbites from students, parents and staff members.


"I just wanted to send you and email to say thank you. We just attended the awards ceremony and are just so proud. Aiden has gone from strength to strength since starting with you. I cannot thank you and your staff enough for the difference you have made to our son. When we met you, we really were so worried. You have helped Aiden to believe in himself and the kindness of the children in your school has been incredible. To quote Aiden ‘I actually learn stuff at school now’ and, looking at his work tonight, he really is putting in the effort. I could go on and on…. We are so pleased that his brother Joel now has a place for September too. Thank you so much for everything." Jaclyn Kay


Ms Snook & Miss King had a wonderful evening meeting parents and celebrating the successes of our wonderful Y7s. We wish them all the best as they move on into Y8. "I was really proud watching The Year 7's getting their awards. They have shown such resilience and grown in confidence this past year. I wish I could give them all an award for having a great transition from Primary School.Keep aiming high in Year 8!" Ms. King

"I have just listened to Jack Hills (Y8) translate his French work in the corridor to his dad. Amazing!" Mrs. Sperling


"I witnessed a student telling his parents to keep to the left, whilst shouting 'to the left, to the left' after them down the corridor." Mrs. McVey

"A Y7 parent told me her son had told her off for having her phone out. He said 'Mum, that is not being proud to be Towers!" Ms. Reed